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Sep 29, 2012 7:00am EDT
left behind. it is a joy to work on. we want congress to fix the law in a bipartisan way. is broken in many ways. actually in keating progress, stifling creativity and 33 states and another dozen working through the process. they're showing great courage moving away from focus on one test score but looking at growth and what is doing improvement and looking at other metrics. graduation rates going up. dropout rates going down. high school graduates college ready. actually going to college. are they persevering? some folks argue this is more complicated. it is more complex but much more holistic and comprehensive. a 50% dropout rate is not changing students' lives. looking at long-term outcome is a step in the right direction. under no child left behind a little technical but in many schools it is pretty high. many poor children and minority children and english-language learners were not part of the accountability system. they were invisible under that. states like wisconsin or north carolina 15,000 or 20,000 additional children the state is held accountable for their results. that
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